Over the course of three weeks over May and June, the Farming for Climate Justice webinars consider the themes of resilience & adaptation, nature-based solutions, and financing through a critical lens. Here we share the recordings of each session, presented in reverse order.
Week 3: Agroecology Resourcing Towards Economies of Care & Justice
This final session in the series is a discussion between Vanessa Farr (UCT) and Nina Moeller (CAWR) on how the concept of ‘slow violence’ can be applied and adapted to inform our understanding of the present industrial food system, moving us to consider how alternative economic systems represent important transitions towards economies of care, and social and environmental justice.
Week 2: Nature-based Solutions: Old Wine, New Bottles?
(Wed 26th May 2021)
Panel discussion with Rachel Wynberg (UCT), Michel Pimbert (CAWR), Jasber Singh (CAWR), Mvu Ngcoya (UKZN) and Million Belay (AFSA)
Week 1: Resilience & Adaptation – Agroecological Systems, Climate Disruption & Urbanisation
(Wed 19th May 2021)
Bastien Deppois (CAWR) & Gareth Haysom (UCT) will share strategies for climate change adaptations and urbanisation.